Key+HW+1+Winter,+2009

Key+HW+1+Winter,+2009 - 1 of 5 Biological Sciences 103...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 of 5 Biological Sciences 103 Answer Key Winter, 2009 K. Hilt Homework #1 Learn the structures, enzyme names, cofactor/coenzyme requirements, and regulation of glycolysis (see page 2). Be able to draw the structures of phosphatidylserine and a triglyceride, with any of the five fatty acids attached ---16:0, 18:0, 18:1(9), 18:2(9,12), and 18:3(9,12,15). Assigned problems in Biochemical Calculations (Segel) : 1. Beers Law calculations: example 5-4 on page 332; #4 on page 352 2. K / eq and G calculations: examples 3-3, 3-4, and 3-5 on pages 161 164 1. Learn the laboratory steps needed to conduct a DNA microarray experiment. Go to http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/labs/microarray/ . Click on the microarray image and go through the three chapters that are listed. Answer the questions that they have at the end of their chapter 3. The whole interactive laboratory exercise should take 30 minutes or less to complete and will strengthen your understanding of DNA microarrays experiments. (Your computer will need the program Active X to run the laboratory exercise. You microarrays experiments....
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